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Page Sixteen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 8, 1971

PaeSxenTEMIHGNDIYStudyia ,17

Dollar hit
on Europea
(Continued from Page 1)
price hikes in the past few
months. According to the 'arest
figures from the federal statistics
office, West Germany's cost of
living in mid-April was 4.8 per
cent higher than a year ago and
0.5 per cent higher than in April.
Meanwhile, U.S. Treasury Sec-
VP aids blacks
(Continued from Page 3)
who are in positions to under-
stand and direct programs which
speak to the needs of black stu-
dents are never given the power
and authority to effect change,"
the article said in part.
Kidd is not satisfied with the
University's progress in meeting
the demands arising from the
BAM strike last year, although
he says the University is "re-
sponding."
"No rate is fast enough no
matter how fast the University
is moving, because we are play-
ing catch-up" he says. "But I
think the task force is at least a
step in the right direction."
"My only hope is that my ef-
forts here are positive and at,-
celerating," Kidd continues. "I
want to see a mechanism devel-
oped in this office for imme-
diately tending to the needs of
blacks and all students."
Kidd, 34, earned a B.S. de-
gree in civil engineering in 19583
from Case Institute of Technol-
ogy. He holds three degrees from
the University - M.S. in sani-
tary engineering, M.S. in en-
vironmental health sciences, and
Ph.D. in environmental health.

s new low
rn markets

retary John Connally said the
United States would not devalue
the dollar as a result of the in-
ternational crisis.
He repeated a statement he
made Thursday that the United
States is making more progress
against inflation than its major
trading partners overseas.
"This is the fundamental basis
for continued confidence in the
dollar at home and abroad."
Connally said.
LSA board
restates policy
(Continued from Page 1)
mine whether they merited a
ninth term.
In response to the Executive
Committee's directive, the Ad-
ministrative Board will, in the
future, refrain from approving
NTR's until the affected student
is able to provide reasons he
feels he should be allowed 'o en-
roll for a ninth' term.
Meanwhile, top administrators
in the literary college appear to
differ with the Administr:tive
Board on what reasons would
justify allowing a student to en-
roll for more than eight fall and
winter terms.
Acting LSA Dean Alfred Suss-
man said last night he believes
if students are forced to reduce
their class load because they
are engaged in an extra-curricu-
lar activity of academic value,
they might be allowed extra
time to graduate.

Speaker barred
(Continued from Page 3)
(Camejo's) political views are,"
said Vachon last night- after ad-
mitting distributing the article
criticizing Camejo. "We don't
have very many requests like
this. Assemblies have to be
planned."
The article attacked Camejo
and SMC as "Trotskyites," and
denounced Camejo's latest book,
"How to Make a Revolution."
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IN LUXURY
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LAST YEAR C B T SWE'E CONCERNEDWTH
TEN YEARS OF "AUTO TOURERS" BEHIND US NEARLY
HALF COE BACK OR A SECOND T OT O Y TH
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